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Double Negative? Photographers are Increasingly Printing New Versions of Vintage Pictures

ED. NOTE: This story has been updated to reflect more accurately the current value of photographer William Eggleston’s work. 

It’s an artist’s dilemma: collectors are often more eager to buy a well-established artist’s early work than whatever he or she may be putting out now. 1,259 more words

Playing with Panoramics - Diptychs

Ok- here are some twosies I did, still with the Rollei and the panorama adapter.

The first one is a shot of a street corner with the skeletal remains of a police call box from the first decade or so of the 20th century. 156 more words


Colour crept in

Bear with me; I am going to make a digression before the main part of this post.

In 1946, the most celebrated exponent of formalist black and white photography, … 929 more words


Assignment 1 – further thoughts

This blog entry is a continuation of blog entry ‘Assignment 1’ Tuesday 19th August 2014 at http://cormac513273.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/assignment-1/

In considering this Assignment I’m aware that it possesses a strong documentary element i.e. 795 more words

Assignment One

Kodak validation

At a pull-off along the Highway of the Giants in the Redwoods of Northern California a lumbering, topheavy RV pulled to the side of the road and stopped. 708 more words

... dare to experiment ...

“Don’t be surpressed in your work, dare to experiment, consider any urge, if in a new direction then all the better”

Edward Weston